I'm not sure what this might lead to, but the last two novels in the Ociee Nash Series have just been bumped up to "PREMIUM" on Smashwords.
They'll now ship to Barnes
& Noble, where they're available for the Nook Book (joining "A Flower Blooms on Charlotte Street," "Ociee on Her Own," and "The Further Adventures of Ociee Nash," along with "Creola's Moonbeam," which is NOT an Ociee series book. (*It's a "wishful thinking" autobiography of sorts).
AND they are ALSO shipped to
Apple, ready to download via the iPad; go to Sony, Kobo, etc., and to all other
retailers with which Smashwords is connected.
To think, in 1898, little 9-year-old Ociee Nash once climbed aboard a train bound for Asheville, North Carolina. Now she's flying through space and into homes all over the world. Not bad for a little farm girl from Marshall County, Mississippi!
As for me, her granddaughter, I'm grinning from ear to ear. Thank you, everyone, for helping us spread the exciting news!